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01 February 2010 @ 09:30 am
Lazy Sunday:)  
Got the stuff together & emailed off for the hoops the Lego Rockband people wanted me to jump through - the receipt from my mother arrived on Friday & I took photos of it, the sheet with the code on & the game disc. The last of those strikes me as most bizarre - if I don't have a game disc I ain't gonna get much use from the token, now am I? That's surely my problem ;) Just gotta wait now for them to get round to getting back to me. I dunno if they'll acknowledge getting the email even, so I've gotta leave it a few days before I start to worry about no response (they said it would take a couple of days for "corporate" to sort it out once they'd got my stuff).

And I think that was the most productive thing I did all day. Well, I cooked a roast beef lunch & then spicy broccoli pasta for dinner, that was productive too! But otherwise it was a lazy day to make up for having had to Go Out (shock!) on Saturday. Lots of Lego Rockband in the afternoon - finished the story mode in our joint game (on J's account). Well, that's finished as in got to the last cutscene - there's a whole bunch of gigs we've not done yet. The Rock Marathon one looks cool - 15 random songs & we've got all of our dlc re-downloaded now so all that's "family friendly" is available for it to pick. Of course, there's some tough songs, but I think we can flail our way through pretty much everything to Lego Rockband standards anyway (the fail mechanism being rather different - we'd have more difficulty in Rockband 2).

And while J watched some Heroes episodes to catch up with that, I played some quakelive and faffed about on the internets in general.
Current Mood: awakeawake
Current Music: Various "100 Hits Rock CD1"
Hapi vace! Hapi vace!keirf on February 1st, 2010 10:26 am (UTC)
I've finished watching "the making of modern britain" and am about to move on to "a history of modern britain". Excellent stuff. I wish he would make one about Finland - that would really help me!
Margaretpling on February 1st, 2010 11:24 am (UTC)
They are very good, aren't they? :) The thing I found about A History of Modern Britain was that once we got onto the bits I was alive for I kept finding things I felt I really should have been aware of, but clearly hadn't been paying enough attention to.
Hapi vace! Hapi vace!keirf on February 1st, 2010 01:01 pm (UTC)
I didn't move to the UK until 1989, so all the bits before are just history to me, albeit a history that I studied with interest (I was a British ex-pat in the Netherlands).
Margaretpling on February 1st, 2010 07:40 pm (UTC)
Ah right, that'd certainly give you a different perspective on it :)